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by Stieg Larsson

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Vintage Crime/Black Lizard) download ebook
ISBN:
0307739961
ISBN13:
978-0307739964
Author:
Stieg Larsson
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Vintage; First Edition edition (2010)
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4.4

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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest (original title in Swedish: Luftslottet som sprängdes, literally "the castle in the air that blew up") is the third novel in the best-selling Millennium series by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson

The Girl Who Kicked the Hornets' Nest (original title in Swedish: Luftslottet som sprängdes, literally "the castle in the air that blew up") is the third novel in the best-selling Millennium series by Swedish writer Stieg Larsson. It was published in Swedish in 2007; in English, in the UK, in October 2009; and in the US and Canada on 25 May 2010.

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Lisbeth Salanderâ?the heart of Larsson’s two previous novelsâ?is under close supervision in the intensive care unit of a Swedish city hospital. She’s fighting for her life in more ways than one: when she’s well enough, she’ll stand trial for three murders. With the help of her friend, journalist Mikael Blomkvist, she will have to prove her innocence, and to identify the corrupt politicians who have allowed the vulnerable, like herself, to suffer abuse. And, on her own, she will plot her revengeâ?against the man who tried to kill her and the government institutions that very nearly destroyed her life.Once upon a time, she was a victim. Now Lisbeth Salander is ready to fight back.From the Hardcover edition.
Reviews:
  • Falya
I love the Steig Larsson books and I'm devastated that he isn't around to be able to write any more.

My family gave up on seeing me when I was reading these books. I read the entire series in a week. A friend had given me The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo several years ago and I had put off reading it because she said it was "really, really good." She was right, and as I feared, I became obsessed once I began it, which is why I waited until I retired to read it.

The book that's the subject of this review is the final book (other than a non-Larsson) in the series. It does not disappoint. If you have read the other two, you'll definitely want to read this last one. It's hard to put it down once you start, so give yourself some free time to immerse yourself in it.
  • Malarad
I was disappointed when this book came to an end, since I know it was the last book in the series authored by Stieg Larsson. I enjoyed book one, liked book two more than one and loved book three. As in his previous books, Larsson interweaves various storylines to create an intricate plot and he provides closure at the end of the book. One of the aspects I liked most about the book was the character development--specifically of Blomkvist and Salander. I recommend the series to anyone interested in an engaging story with engaging storylines and excellent character development.
  • The Sphinx of Driz
This is book #2 in the series by Stieg Larsson. In this book we learn more about the history of Lizbeth Salander, the female protagonist in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. We get a much better understanding of Lizbeth's psyche, and how and why her violent childhood affected her in adulthood. It would be an understatement to say she was not dealt a good hand, nor given a fair shake in life. However, she is nothing if not a survivor.

The main plot in book #2 revolves around human sex trafficking. Three people are murdered and Lizbeth is the prime suspect. Two of the murder victims were "good guys", and one was most certainly not. If the reader can stomach the graphic violence in parts of the book, it is an interesting and enjoyable read. I guess what makes these books so satisfying is that the bad guys eventually get what's coming to them.

I would venture a guess that anyone who gets through books #1 & 2 will want to move on to #3. At least I do. I give this book 4 stars.
  • Tetaian
This is my second go-around of the whole series and I am as captivated by Salanger today as I was the first time I was introduced to her character. The Swedish series on Netflix is as intense as the books are. Looking forward to re-enter cc'ing myself to the third book in the series and then watching all the movies, again. As I stated, I prefer the Swedish versions, but still enjoy the American version, also.
  • Vizuru
Let me start off by saying the millennium series is one of my favorite (if not favorite) books series of them all. But this book specifically let me down!! I went into this craving more lisabeth Salander but ended up getting too much information about characters I really didn't care about!! The plot was okay (not as good as the other books) but overall just too much information. There were at least 30+ characters and different story lines it made the book confusing and hard to read. I was so sad that this is the last book Steig Larsson left. I'm glad I finished the series but very disappointing ending to one of my favorite stories. I could have gone without reading this
  • Tegore
There are no words to describe my fascination with these books. I loved all three of the books about the girl with the dragon tattoo. I literally could not put them down. I waited eagerly for the American made movie of the first book. After seeing it, I rented the 3 Swedish movies for each of the novels. I was just as enthralled, especially with the Swedish versions. I wish an author could continue the saga, doing justice to the original books and writing style of Stieg Larsson. I almost went into depression when I had read all 3 books and had no more to read. As in some series, the sequels do not keep up to the quality of the original. That is not true in this case. My blood pressure was surging and my pulse racing with each novel. They truly put you on the edge of your seat. If you want some exciting reading material, begin this series. The stories are mysterious filled with great psychological elements and unusual plot twists and turns. The characters are well developed. It was refreshing not to be able to guess some of the outcomes of the subplots. I was so involved and curious, I had all could to restrain myself from paging ahead so I could find out what the outcome was. This book and the others in the series are a "5+" in my opinion.
  • Umi
Read the first part of the trilogy :"The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" before you read the others, which was a most original piece of crime fiction, published posthumously, to worldwide acclaim after the Swedish journalist author's death.
There are also a couple of movies i.e. if you don't know already.
The eponymous "Girl" is probably the most interesting female character since Margaret Mitchell's Scarlet O'Hara, or, maybe one or two of Jane Austin's.
The plot is riveting and wide ranging, the action hilariously bloodcurdling and the different characters support the narrative well.
This is part III of the trilogy. Its a good read, but start with the "Dragon Tattoo" to get off on the right right track.
The trilogy is a superb achievement by the late author and deserves your attention. You will not be disappointed.
I bought the three books on Kindle some time ago and reread the third just the other day.
Magic if you are going on a relaxing beach holiday.